Welcome to LLoyd C. Bird High School! Our Skyhawks work hard, play hard and take care of each other everyday! Our vision is to ignite our student’s passion for learning through authentic and captivating experiences. The 2020-2021 school year will be unique in many ways. Our teachers and staff are committed to helping students navigate this unchartered territory. We are preparing engaging instruction to ensure every student experiences learning and success in their coursework this school year- beyond the four walls of a typical classroom. Our faculty also remains committed to fostering a culturally responsive environment where our students are not only safe, but also cared for and loved by trusted adults.
As your Principal, it is important to me that everyone who steps through our doors – teachers, students, parents and community members – feel welcomed and are excited to be here! I am so proud of the school culture and climate at Bird High School. We are a family that cares about each other. Our core values are Bravery, Integrity, Respect and Determination. Staying true to our core values allows us to fulfill our goal of developing our students into lifelong independent learners.
I am committed to consistent and clear communication with Bird families. Every Sunday, I send home a Skyhawk Sunday Spotlight which highlights the events and activities at Bird in great detail. Please feel free to call or email me to discuss any concerns you might have throughout the school year. I look forward to working as a team to help each student at L.C. Bird Imagine and Create a Better Tomorrow! Go Skyhawks!!!
Chesterfield County school and community leaders today held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Reams Road Elementary School. This is one of the projects approved by Chesterfield County voters through the 2013 school bond referendum. Budgeted for $35.49 million, the new Reams Road Elementary was completed on time and under budget. Video of the ceremony […]...Read Full Article
Chesterfield County Public Schools today unveiled two vans designed to connect with students and families where they are: The bookmobile van will promote reading in neighborhoods around Falling Creek Middle and Meadowbrook High. Lisa Signorelli of Falling Creek Middle and Kristin Thrower of Meadowbrook High are the book ladies who have been making a difference […]...Read Full Article
Superintendent’s Memo 148-21 announces that the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) is seeking public comment on its state plan under the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) fund. The VDOE requests input from the public on how funds retained at the state level should be used to assist school divisions […]...Read Full Article